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Spectacular Spider-Snark #043

I guess someone in the Spider-Office has an infinity gauntlet, because these comics are disappearing into thin air! Emery Priest is our artist!  Check out more of his stuff HERE Spectacular

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Spectacular Spider-Snark #035

In honor of Black History Month, let’s take a moment to celebrate the African-American creators in Spidey’s history. Keith Pollard was the regular penciller of ASM from #186-#205.  That includes the introduction

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Spectacular Spider-Snark #027

The plus side of having an Infinity Gauntlet is that everyone gets everything on Santa’s Wishlist… almost! Merry Christmas Everyone! I hope you all find #1 issues under the tree!

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Spider-Man #21 – REVIEW

This arc of Spider-Man started by echoing the same question that many Miles Morales fans have been asking for years. What makes Miles Morales different from Peter Parker and what

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Spider-Men II #3 – REVIEW

It’s been one month since Spider-Men II #2 fumbled the “Who is Miles Morales” reveal that had been five years in the making. Instead of an answer, we got “nothing”.

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Spider-Man #20 – REVIEW

In the final pages of last month’s issue of Spider-Man, Miles Morales finally asked himself the questions that have been plaguing some of his readership for the last several years.

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Spider-Men II #2 – REVIEW

“Oh my God.” Those were Peter Parker’s exact words at the end of the first Spider-Men miniseries. At the conclusion of a cross-dimensional adventure that led to Peter meeting another

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Spider-Man #19 – REVIEW

Spider-Man #19 is a comic book in which nothing happens.  A lack of story progression or superhero action is the hallmark go-to complaint for Brian Michael Bendis’ comic book writing.

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Champions #11 – REVIEW

The new Falcon (Joaquin Torres), Wasp (Nadia Pym), Patriot (Rayshaun Lucas), and Ironheart (Riri Williams) all join Champions #11, as Cyclops, Ms. Marvel, and Nova are all otherwise preoccupied, presumably

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